|mariOU Chapter 7 - Mario Ajero|
This enhanced audio podcast covers Chapter 7 from the Fundamentals of Music textbook. The main topic focuses on intervals.
Keywords: university; music; education; appreciation; understanding; fundamentals; theory; podcast
|MATTY COLLECTOR FAN APPRECIATION JLU 3 PACKS / YOUNG JUSTICE NEWS|
Doc Owen looks at the JLU 3 packs from C2E2, and gives you the low-down on the figures. Also, he passes on some information that he picked up about the Young Justice line.
Keywords: matty; collector; mattel; jlu; superheroes; dc; comics; fan appreciation; 2011; doc owen; designers; young justice; action figure; aftimes.com; action; figures; toys; news; review; flash; green lanter
|Managing Diversity on Multicultural Global Teams - Phil McKenzie|
In Chapter 14 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Phil McKenzie answers "How Are You Learning to Work More Effectively With Different Personality Types?" For McKenzie, managing diversity is more about managing cultural diversity than it is personality diversity. He finds understanding cultural differences, for example how a Sao Paolo team differs from a Detroit or Mumbai team, helps him better lead and manage teams...
Keywords: managing across cultures; cross cultural management; managerial effectiveness; managing global teams; influencer conference; phil mckenzie; erik michielsen; capture your flag; multicultural immersion; cultural appreciation; values; flexibility; collaboration
|Autism Live, Monday May 6, 2013|
Like Autism Live on Facebook at http://facebook.com/autismlive Today on Autism Live: Autism Mom Shannon Penrod talks about the importance of stress management and using exercise as a tool to decrease stress. Autism Mom and author Monica Holloway visits to talk about her new initiative for Teacher Appreciation Day/Week creating a charitable Facebook campaign, as a tribute to the teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals and specialists that bring achievement to special needs students...
Keywords: autism treatment; card; autism live; monica holloway; lisa ackerman; larry thomas; seinfeld soup nazi; real help now conference; taca; autism moms; teacher appreciation week; soup nazi autism mom; shannon penrod; cowboy and wills
|What a Nonprofit Learns About Building University Partnerships|
In Chapter 19 of 20 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, social entrepreneur Courtney Spence answers "How Has Your Nonprofit Built Relationships With Universities and How is This Changing?" Experience teaches Spence to appreciate every university is different - from students to culture to community. When looking at a college campus partnership opportunity, Spence and her team focus on students first, then administration, then alumni as they scale university relationships...
Keywords: work with universities; university partnerships; college students; working with student groups; nonprofit; courtney spence; students of the world; capture your flag; erik michielsen; relationship building; college experience; collaboration; cultural appreciation
|Why to Relocate to Brazil and Establish Residency - Adam Carter|
In Chapter 5 of 13 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, micro-philanthropist Adam Carter answers "Why Did You Move to Brazil and How Has the Experience Informed Your Future Plans?" After traveling to over 80 countries, Carter finds a calling in the personable and positivity of the Brazilian people and culture. Feeling a special connection, Carter decides to visit for a while, learn Portuguese and acclimate to the culture while doing micro-philanthropy work in the favelas...
Keywords: move to brazil; get work visa; establish residency; live in rio de janeiro; learn portuguese; philanthropy job; non-profit work; adam carter; erik michielsen; capture your flag; relocation; life ownership; happiness; cultural appreciation; commitment; career transition
|Finding Daily Inspiration Living in the City - Conrad Doucette|
In Chapter 5 of 19 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, musician Conrad Doucette answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Doucette speaks to the daily interaction of coming into contact with artistic, creative and passionate people. He shares what he enjoyed about getting out of the big city and traveling out of town to Woodstock, New York, where he found musical inspiration. He realizes how he enjoys both city life and rural life but at his core the city life comes down to ...
Keywords: why live in a city in your 30s; weekend trip; woodstock; get inspired; reasons to live in nyc; inspirational; new york city; musician; conrad doucette; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; exploration; cultural appreciation; formulating viewpoint
|Ways to Make Work Trips More Rewarding - Jullien Gordon|
In Chapter 10 of 21 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, business coach Jullien Gordon answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Gordon notes how he focuses on breaking bread with friends when traveling across the United States for his work. He places a priority on staying with friends and having personal time as well as digging into local cultures and the traditions and values that differentiate them...
Keywords: productive work trips; traveling to new places; make a work trip more fun; breaking bread; charleston; new orleans; jullien gordon; business coach; erik michielsen; capture your flag; presence; relationship building; happiness; priority setting; cultural appreciation
|How to Work More Effectively With Different Personalities - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 4 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Are You Learning to Work More Effectively With Different Personality Types?" For Erway, it comes down to appreciation. By finding a way to appreciate, not just tolerate, someone who may think or act differently, Erway finds she can establish a mutual connection that creates a better working relationship...
Keywords: working with people who think and act differently than you; appreciation; work with different personality types; cathy erway; cook; author; writer; erik michielsen; capture your flag; embracing challenge; effective communication; sincerity; problem solving; style
|How to Teach Innovation to Graduate School Students|
In Chapter 15 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings answers "What Approach are You Taking to Design a Graduate Level Course Teaching Innovation?" Preparing to teach an innovation course to graduate students at CEDIM in Mexico City, Stallings focuses on bringing great innovation thought leaders such as Daniel Kahneman, Alexander Chernev, Clayton Christensen, Michael Porter, Youngme Moon into the curriculum and presenting them in a context tailored ...
Keywords: teaching innovation; cedim; mbi; frog design; hammans stallings; daniel kahneman; alexander chernev; clayton christensen; bernd schmitt; youngme moon; erik michielsen; capture your flag; preparation; intellectual curiosity; continuing education; cultural appreciation
|Why Travel to Distant and Unfamiliar Places - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 3 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Elliot notes how she find motivation to travel by her curiosity and interest in learning about family dynamics and social dynamics of different cultures. Additionally it teaches her to value her liberty, freedom, and security she has as a United States citizen...
Keywords: traveling passion; why to travel to new places; learning by traveling; living in south africa; hattie grace elliot; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; exploration; abroad experience; intellectual curiosity; motivation; formulating viewpoint
|Why Travel to Distant and Unfamiliar Places - Simon Sinek|
In Chapter 4 of 16 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, author and public speaker Simon Sinek answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Sinek notes how anytime you go somewhere new, exotic or not, takes you away from your day to day life. Getting exposed to people who think differently and see the world differently you learn new things. Sinek finds this keeps his mind open while still making close, personal connections in his travels...
Keywords: travel; new places; abroad; simon sinek; learning; leader qualities; leader traits; curiosity; be curious; culture; unfamiliar; erik michielsen; capture your flag; exploration; intellectual curiosity; leadership; open-mindedness; cultural appreciation; abroad experience
|How to Survive and Thrive in New York City - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 9 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Elliot talks about the inspiration she gets from New Yorkers and how she finds motivation in progressive, forward thinking and big ambition mindsets of New Yorkers she meets. Hattie Grace Elliot is the founder and CEO of The Grace List, a social networking company that creates destination events and experiences to forge lasting personal and...
Keywords: new yorkers; inspiring; why to live in new york city; nyc; entrepreneur; how to stay motivated; the grace list; hattie grace elliot; erik michielsen; capture your flag; inspiration; defining fulfillment; personal network development; cultural appreciation; motivation
|Lessons Learned from Middle East Office Expansion - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 5 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Did You Learn From Expanding Your Business Into the Middle East?" After speaking in the Middle East before the Arab Spring in 2011, Germano and his team opened an office there in 2012. The experience teaches him what it means to do business in new locations and the challenges doing business in different cultures can present...
Keywords: opening a middle east office; middle east expansion; uae; doing business in dubai; abu dhabi; social media; mike germano; carrot creative; erik michielsen; capture your flag; lessons learend; abroad experience; cultural appreciation; humility; optimism
|How Working in Silicon Valley is Different Than Working in New York|
In Chapter 3 of 11 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, software engineer Chris Hinkle answers "How Has Working in Silicon Valley Reshaped What You Think is Possible in Your Career?" Relocating from New York City to Silicon Valley, Hinkle cuts past the "get rich quick" entrepreneur scene and finds a passionate generation of innovators working to make the world a better place. This contrasts with the more media industry-driven tech scene he experienced in New York City...
Keywords: moving to silicon valley; why work in silicon valley; software engineer; making software; what motivates silicon valley entrepreneurs; evernote; chris hinkle; erik michielsen; capture your flag; relocation; cultural appreciation; mapping purpose; motivation
|Management Advice on Inspiring Employee Loyalty - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 11 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Procedures and Processes Are You Putting in Place to Manage Company Growth?" Germano talks about how role definition and operational processes are necessary to create managed growth at his company. He shares how his business reached a point of needing dedicated human resources staff and how he decided to fill the position with an internal hire...
Keywords: business operations; management; empower your team; hire new employees; maintain company culture; mike germano; ceo; carrot creative; erik michielsen; capture your flag; sacrifice; decision making; priority setting; leadership; cultural appreciation; loyalty
|How Your Social Experiences Can Boost Your Career - Randall Metting|
In Chapter 3 of 7 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, brand marketer and on-air radio personality Randall Metting answers "How Are Your Personal Experiences Shaping Your Professional Aspirations?" Metting talks about how his social experiences - from watching live music to attending sporting events to volunteering at numerous Austin charities - are instructing him how to better bring people together in his life and career...
Keywords: jobs; career; bringing people together; finding inspiration; tailgating; austin charities; cure duchenne; live strong; volunteering; kgsr; randall metting; erik michielsen; capture your flag; aspiration; experience diversity; cultural appreciation; community impact
|How to Translate Employee Culture Into Competitive Advantage|
In Chapter 12 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, innovation strategist Hammans Stallings answers "What Has Working at frog design Taught You About What It Takes to Build a Strong Company Culture?" Working at 40-year old design strategy company frog design, Stallings sees firsthand how people not only can come together to solve client problems but also can individually contribute to shaping what the company represents in carrying on the company history via actions and values...
Keywords: company culture; competitive advantage; frog design; working at frog design; innovation jobs; product design; hammans stallings; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; values; abroad experience; leadership; optimism; inspiration; exploration
|How to Be a More Effective Corporate Manager - Ken Rona|
In Chapter 14 of 15 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, digital media executive Ken Rona answers "How Are You Learning to Thrive in a Corporate Organizational Structure?" Rona shares knowledge he has gained from management work experience in large corporate cultures. He notes how being patient has been fundamental to improving managerial effectiveness and helping him achieve goals. Ken Rona is a Vice President at Turner Broadcasting, where he leads teams across advertising sales, big data s...
Keywords: managing in a corporation; managerial effectiveness; management skills; career advice; culture; aol; turner; mckinsey; ken rona; erik michielsen; capture your flag; patience; lessons learned; behavioral choice; mindfulness; cultural appreciation
|How to Create an Employee Friendly Company Culture - Jason Anello|
In Chapter 15 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, creative director and Manifold ad agency co-founder Jason Anello answers "How Have You Created a Company Culture That Can Be Embraced by New Employees?" Anello notes that his business, Manifold Partners, started with five friends come together. As the company has doubled in size, Anello notes the importance of engaging new employees through inclusive programs that cultivate the creative business in fun ways...
Keywords: inclusive company culture; employee friendly; engagement; onboarding; grow a small business; make work fun; manifold agency; jason anello; erik michielsen; capture your flag; approachability; transparency; cultivating passion; experimentation; cultural appreciation
|Why Travel to Distant and Unfamiliar Places - Garren Katz|
In Chapter 7 of 15 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, business and personal coach Garren Katz answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Traveling to distant and unfamiliar places teaches Katz about people. He finds this is something he is unable to get by watching TV or movies - being present in a foreign place connects him not only to people he meets but also to humanity in general...
Keywords: learning empathy; compassion for others; traveling; how travel can change your life; taking foreign trips; garren katz; erik michielsen; capture your flag; exploration; discovery; cultural appreciation; open-mindedness; abroad experience; approachability; presence
|Tricia Regan on How to Take Advantage of Living in New York City|
In Chapter 1 of 15 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, filmmaker Tricia Regan answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Born and raised in New York City, Regan finds living in the city electrifying. She embraces the activities around her and the social lifestyle that keeps her engaged with community and friends. Tricia Regan is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker known for writing, directing and producing documentary films, including the Emmy-winning "Autism: The Musical"...
Keywords: take advantage of new york city; growing up in new york city; why live in new york city; live an active lifestyle; tricia regan; brooklyn filmmaker; erik michielsen; capture your flag; happiness; experience diversity; cultural appreciation; inspiration
|Fabian Pfortmüller on Why to Take a Slow Approach to Travel|
In Chapter 3 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur and community builder Fabian Pfortmüller answers "What Have You Found Most Rewarding About Traveling to New Places?" Pfortmüller notes how his travel philosophy has shifted from "visit as many sites as possible" to a more "slow travel" approach to staying in a foreign place and appreciating his daily surroundings. He compares traveling to India in his early twenties with a recent trip to Iran and how appreciating the litt...
Keywords: slow travel philosophy; go to india; go to iran; plan an international trip; visit a mosque; fabian pfortmuller; holstee; sandbox; erik michielsen; capture your flag; multicultural immersion; cultural appreciation; mindfulness; patience; exploration; abroad experience
|Making the Most of Living in New York City|
In Chapter 7 of 18 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, real estate developer Brett Goldman answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" Beyond walking around appreciating the architecture and buildings, Goldman soaks up city life by finding things that interest him culturally and expose him to new things. To do this, he makes it a weekly habit of reading about what is happening and making plans to see ballet performances, visit museums, and more fully embrace New York City...
Keywords: how to navigate new york city; make the most of living in a city; making plans; weekly habits; urban living; manhattan; try new things; brett goldman; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; exploration; experience diversity; open-mindedness
|Using Your Passion for Travel in an Event Planning Career - Hattie Elliot|
In Chapter 4 of 19 in her 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, female entrepreneur Hattie Grace Elliot answers "How Are You Learning to Apply Your Passions in New Ways? Starting her business, The Grace List, by embracing her passion for entertaining and connecting, Elliot evolves her model by adding a destination travel and event element to what she does. By crafting destination trips, from wine adventures New Year's yacht sailing trips, Elliot is able to take her event production business to new l...
Keywords: travel passion; entertaining passion; passion for taking care of people; career; event planning; destination travel; the grace list; hattie grace elliot; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; exploration; cultivating passion; contribution
|How to Make the Most of Living in a City - Cathy Erway|
In Chapter 10 of 17 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, writer and healthy food advocate Cathy Erway answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in a City?" Erway appreciates the cultural diversity that comes with living in a city. What she finds most enjoyable, however, is embracing the unifying element of food culture and the cross-cultural pursuit of finding affordable, satisfying food neighborhood by neighborhood...
Keywords: food culture; urban communities; city living; living in a city; why to live in a big city; freelance writer; author; healthy food advocate; cathy erway; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; experience diversity
|How Korean Immigrant Parents Help Kids Live the American Dream|
In Chapter 1 of 19 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, health economist Clara Soh answers "What Childhood Experiences Have Been Most Fundamental in Shaping Who You Are Today?" Soh shares how her Korean parents immigrated to the US to attend graduate school, met while studying and then married and started a family. Born in the US, Soh learns how the American education system offers more freedom of choice than what her parents had in Korea and takes full advantage of the opportunity in studie...
Keywords: live the american dream; korean immigrant parents; american immigration story; korean american; student visa; attend graduate school; clara soh; erik michielsen; capture your flag; childhood; parental influence; relocation; sacrifice; flexibility; cultural appreciation
|Ken Biberaj on Learning Community Service From President Bill Clinton|
In Chapter 18 of 23 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City Council Candidate Ken Biberaj answers "What Has Bill Clinton Taught You About How to Run a Better Political Campaign?" Biberaj shares why President Bill Clinton inspired his public service career and how learning from him before, during and after serving as an intern in his office has motivated him to do work that improves his community...
Keywords: work for bill clinton; bill clinton intern; how president clinton inspires; campaign strategy; public service; role model; new york city council; ken biberaj; erik michielsen; capture your flag; community impact; presence; inspiration; diligence; cultural appreciation
|Why to Prioritize Company Culture Over Community - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 10 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "What Steps Are You Taking to Maintain a Strong Company Culture in Your Growing Business?" Germano differentiates culture from community. Culture is about what employees understand the company to be about. He defines Carrot Creative culture as "hustle, team, adventure". He promotes an underdog culture set by its founders, built on hard work and fun, and maintained by its empl...
Keywords: build company culture; why culture and community are different; motivating employees; assess fit; firing staff; carrot creative; mike germano; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; values; initiative; leadership; motivation; conviction
|Nina Godiwalla on Building Family Bonds in an Immigrant Community|
In Chapter 1 of 18 in her 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, author and entrepreneur Nina Godiwalla answers "What Childhood Experiences Have Been Most Fundamental in Shaping Who You Are Today?" Godiwalla shares why she valued her experience being raised in a close knit Persian Indian immigrant community in Houston. She details how it informed her and her husband's decision to raise their two children in that same community...
Keywords: second generation immigrant family; persian indian community; immigrant community; parenting role models; raising a family; nina godiwalla; erik michielsen; capture your flag; childhood; family foundations; parental influence; community impact; cultural appreciation
|Recruiting and Hiring Millennial and Managerial Talent - Mike Germano|
In Chapter 13 of 20 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, Carrot Creative social media agency CEO Mike Germano answers "How Are Your Recruiting Priorities Changing As Your Company Grows?" Germano discusses the recruiting, interviewing and hiring processes his social media advertising agency has developed over time to recruit top millennial talent and managerial talent. He shares how initiatives such as online interviewing tests and dedicated college campus recruiting - for example the Rochest...
Keywords: recruiting millennials; hiring gen y employees; college recruiting; rit; hiring managers; social media agency; talent management; hr; mike germano; erik michielsen; capture your flag; cultural appreciation; values; formulating viewpoint; college choice; focus; loyalty
|What is the truth about the world's oil reserves?|
Matthew Simmons tells the truth about global oil reserves and oil supply. He says oil production has peaked. Some say oil supply can be replaced by oil from unconventional sources such as Canada's oil and tar sands, or Venezuela's Orinoco tar belt ? however this is environmentally destructive.
Keywords: news&information; truth about oil; global oil supply; global oil reserves; reserve appreciation; peak production; peak oil; oil in canada; oil in venezuela; oil and tar sands; tar belt oil; orinoco tar belt; oil environmental damage
|How to Make the Most of Living in a City - Anatole Faykin|
In Chapter 1 of 12 in his 2012 Capture Your Flag interview, entrepreneur Anatole Faykin answers "How Do You Make the Most of Living in the City?" For Faykin, it comes down to walkable cities. Cities such as Beijing challenge Faykin because they are not very walkable. He contrasts this with Shanghai which has more pedestrian and walker friendly neighborhoods. He finds New York City a very walkable city and as a result has enjoyed exploring it and living in it...
Keywords: best cities for walking; most walkable cities; how to explore a city; why to walk new york city; walking shanghai; why to live in a big city; anatole faykin; erik michielsen; capture your flag; exploration; cultural appreciation; identifying passion; abroad experienc